Anti-Splash tape is constructed of an aluminum or glass cloth laminate coated with a high temperature silicone adhesive.
Anti-Splash tape is enhanced with a fire retardant (self-extinguishing) adhesive layer. At the same time, it is also water resistant. In addition, the maximum working temperature of tape is up to 150 °C.
It is designed to prevent hazardous liquids (oil/fuel) spraying outs or leaking from tubing systems. These liquids can cause extremely dangerous situations like fires, explosions or other dangerous situations.
Anti-Splash tape is widely used to wrap around tubing, hoses, fittings, flanges, and valves in the marine and offshore industry.
|IMPA Code||Width (mm)||Width (inch)||Length (m)||Roll/Box|
Physical properties and performed tests
|Total thickness||9.5 mils|
|Max. temperature||Up to 150 °C (300 °F)|
|Tensile strength||93.2 lbs. per inch (ASTM-882)|
|Adhesion||Above 1000 grams, 25 mm g/f|
|Adhesion to steel||5.8 lbs. per inch (ASTM-33330)|
|Aging properties||Indefinite shelf life when properly stored|
The preceding areas of fire risk should be protected from the following sources of ignition: